Should I mention on a resume that I have another job?
And this one would be my second one? Here's the thing, it's for a food service job and I have no other experience. Although the job I hold right now isn't necessarily food service, I was thinking it may show that I am dependable and not a total noob. Worth it?
Asked By: extra_name_for_none - 6/6/2009
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Answered By: Happily married - 6/7/2009
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I would list your current job on your resume but not necessarily indicate that you plan to keep it. Most food service places realize that if you are part time its probably a second job. If they offer you a job you can talk about keeping your other job at that point.
Answered By: Eliza - 6/7/2009
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